Noah Kagan is interviewed on the show this week (@noahkagan). Known for his marketing skills, Noah is a recognized entrepreneur with an enthusiasm for fitness. He was the 30th employee of Facebook and has started companies such as mint.com, sumo.com, and app sumo. We dive into topics such as how to be less busy in order to get things done, the importance of coaches, what he learned from his time at Facebook, how to develop habits and increase your follow through. All of these topics Noah contributes to his overall success in business and leading a healthy and fulfilling life. Enjoy the show!
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Topics of discussion:
[1:37] Michael answer’s a listeners question about injury rehabilitation
[5:20] Being less busy to get better things done
[12:05] The Facebook experience
[20:21] The difference between your 20s and 30s
[25:01] Internalizing material with book reports
[27:25] Being a fit entrepreneur
[33:54] The muscle of habit and increasing your follow through
[39:31] The role of coaches and accountability groups in success
[44:56] Why you should embrace not knowing and difficulty
[48:54] Using flexible dieting to meet your ideal body composition
[51:42] Building your nervous muscle
[56:50] Why you need to review anything you want to improve
[1:00:00] Fulfillment over success or happiness
[1:07:56] Rapid Fire Questions
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